Crosscare Teen Counselling
Teen Counselling is a private space for you to discuss any issues you are having in your life with someone who can listen and offer ideas on how to manage difficulties.
Most young people tell us that they feel better or happier because they have talked to someone who is trained to listen. They say they like having their own space to talk freely about the things that are important to them. Young people say talking and getting help can help them with their friends, family, school, parents, and with making decisions.
We work with parents as well as young people, to ensure your Mum or Dad or Guardian can best support you in your time of need! Sessions are still private and sometimes we come together if you feel that can help. Every young person has their own counsellor and a separate one for their parent(s)/carer.How to connect with this service → Changes to our service due to Coronavirus →
with: Addiction Anxiety Bullying Depression Eating problems Grief Loneliness Regret Relationships Self Harm Sexuality/Gender Issues Stress Tired all the time
Age range: 12-18
Time: Generally it takes about 3 months to get an appointment.
Cost: We suggest a €10 donation but anyone can attend our service and not pay. Our concern is to help Young People.
Do I need my parents permission if I'm under 18?: yes
How do I connect with your service?
You need to ask either of your parents, or your carer, to phone our main office on 01 5574705 Monday to Friday. A secretary will take some details.
If Teen Counselling can help you, we will send a letter to your parent(s) with details of where and when your appointment is.
How have your services changed due to Coronavirus?
We are still offering services to Young People and their parents or carers. We are offering support by telephone and video calls through Teams.
We are still taking new referrals . Your parent or carer can phone 01 5574705 (Monday to Friday). Please leave a message if the phone isn’t answered.